Category: Parenting

WorryWoo Monsters featured on


worrywooparentingfeatureCongratulations to our Client WorryWoo Monsters for their feature on as one of the Best Toys for 2015!

Helping children understand and express their emotions can be a caregiver’s biggest challenge. Make the job easier with help from a WooryWoo Monster–loveable stuffed animals which show children that’s okay to feel the way they do.

Andi Green is the celebrated illustrator of the WorryWoo Monsters–a cast of lovable characters that assist kids with recognizing and coping with difficult emotions and situations. Inspired by her own insecurities and roadblocks growing up, Green created the WorryWoo Monsters to teach other children how to dig deep and find their own confidence. Through a line of plush toys and illustrated storybooks, as well as a partnership with renowned Australian child psychologist Dr. John Irvine, they’ve struck a chord with countless children around the world.

Winner of an Iparenting Award and a Creative Child Top Toy Award, Rue and his story, “The Nose That Didn’t Fit” teaches kids of all ages about insecurity, self acceptance, perception and confidence. Other WorryWoo Monsters that help kids embrace their emotions include Wince (the Monster of Worry), Nola (the Monster of Loneliness), Twitch (the Monster of Frustration), Squeek (the Monster of Innocence) and Fuddle (the Monster of Confusion). The super soft and cute Woos meet ASTM and EN71 safety standards, and their stories are printed with environmentally friendly soy inks.

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WorryWoo Monsters featured on CBS Los Angeles

worrywoofeatureCongratulations to our Client WorryWoo Monsters for their feature on CBS Los Angeles!

Growing up can be difficult. With so many things to worry about—making friends, doing well in sports and getting good grades, the last thing children need to stress about is what’s happening in the world today.

The WorryWoo Monsters—a series of lovable characters and accompanying books that teach children the importance of self-awareness and acceptance, offer the first steps toward helping kids understand and cope with their own feelings.

Created to promote healthy emotional wellness, each WorryWoo adventure concludes with an upbeat message of “Hey, it’s OK” and present the perfect opportunity to openly discuss topics that don’t have easy answers.

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Cooper & Kid featured on JustLuxe

cooperandkidCongratulations to our Client Cooper & Kid for their feature on JustLuxe!

For the father who wants to spend some more personal time with his kids, he should check out Cooper & Kid, a quarterly subscription box for dads that provides men with a fun, entertaining way to connect with their kids. Every three months, they will receive a box in the mail filled with hands-on themed projects that both dads and kids find cool.

Each box is filled with specially curated products and activities centering around a chosen theme designed to entertain, engage, and create unforgettable memories between father and child.

Fathers want to spend time with their kids doing the kinds of imaginative, inventive things that shape their character and relationship. Things they won’t ever forget. So, get them the Cooper Kit for the holidays.

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Knock Nanny featured in Toledo Parent

toledoparentknocknannyCongratulations to our Client Knock Nanny for their feature in Toledo Parent!

When you have a napping infant, you’ll often do anything to keep them asleep. This can be a huge challenge, however Knock Nanny eliminates noisy visitors from the equation. By simply sliding the Knock Nanny cover over your existing doorbell, you can let visitors know that baby is sleeping.

This stylish doorbell cover includes 27 professionally designed decals. These decals include messages such as “Knock Softly- Baby Sleeping”, “No Soliciting”, “Do Not Disturb”, “Please Leave Packages at Door”, and others.

The Knock Nanny easily installs in seconds on virtually every type of doorbell! No more obtrusive signs or deteriorated hand-made notes taped to your home.

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Jennie Garth is a Fan of Bear On The Chair

jennieMany recognize Jennie Garth from her role as Kelly Taylor on Beverly Hills 90210! Recently she has starred in the reality series, The Jennie Garth Project. Jennie is mom to three daughters: Luca Bella, Lola Ray, and Fiona Eve.

Jennie Garth is also a fan of our Client Bear On The Chair.

Bear On The Chair helps parents combine learning with positive reinforcement (yellow happy face) and teaches empathy when the bear become sad (red frown face). In this moment, the parent uses a constructive environment to teach their child why the bear is sad and how to make it happy again. Bear On The Chair is a cuddly, friendly, and cute behavior buddy to help parents teach empathy, cooperation, create positive engagement and a constructive environment for children to learn all year round.

Bear on the Chair offers a chance to give children positive reinforcement, reduce tantrums, and give parents something to feel confident and positive about in the home. Bear on the Chair can help children with Autism and ASD by offering an outlet for communication and expression that is comforting and reassuring.

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AttachaPack featured on Home Grown Families

attachapackfeatureCongratulations to our Client AttachaPack for their feature on Home Grown Families as part of their Holiday Gift Guide!

AttachaPack backpacks are perfect for kids on the go; whether for school, sports, or hobbies~ these are super unique! These backpacks are fully customizable to make it exactly the way your kid likes and needs! You can pick from 3 body styles~ depending on size and options! Next choose your color and of course the pockets! 

This is a backpack that will last through more than one school year, and with the option of switching out pockets (which easily zip on and off), the look of the backpack can change yearly, monthly or even daily.

Attachapack even offers fun accessories like zipper pulls, key chains, charm connectors and even Stache Tats!

Backpack shopping has never been this much fun! Check them out at!



Cooper & Kid is making Dads cooler then Moms!

THE Subscription Box for Dads!

Cooper & Kid is on a mission to make Dads Cooler Than Moms. Impossible some say! They accomplish this with their Cooper Kit, a quarterly subscription box that provides men with a no-brainer, entertaining way to wow and bond with their kids. Every three months, they get a box artfully filled with themed projects that both dads and kids find cool.

Cooper Kits are huge and packed full with building and creativity activities, a bed-time storybook, dinner recipes, a character building discussion topic, lots of humor and more. Even the box turns into a toy!


price: $65.00

Laser Pegs featured on My Boys & Their Toys

myboyslaserpegsCongratulations to our Client Laser Pegs for their feature on My Boys & Their Toys!

Laser Pegs is the world’s first lighted construction set, and the building pieces light up and flash when you connect them. You can build toy models — or create your own free-form designs. Laser Pegs are also compatible with major brand construction toys so that you can bring light into other models.

Laser Pegs was honored among construction toys and educational toys with the Oppenheim Toy Platinum Award, Dr. Toy’s Best 100, Dr. Toy’s Top 10 Tech, and Parenting Magazine’s Toy of the Year. With many different high contrast colors and shapes that snap together securely, Laser Pegs are visually and tactilely stimulating. They provide a hands-on approach to learning that can be used in any home or classroom and across a wide age range of students. The low voltage current is less than 6 volts, so these parts are safe for kids ages 5 and up.

Dozens of toy building pegs plus tiny LED lights equals glow-in-the-dark awesomeness! Check them out at!



WorryWoos featured in SheKnows

worrywoossheknowsCongratulations to our Client WorryWoos for their feature in SheKnows!

The WorryWoo Monsters are an award winning series of books and plush dolls written and illustrated by Andi Green. Emotions themselves are turned into lovable quirky characters that embark on delightful journeys of self-awareness. Created to promote healthy emotional wellness, each WorryWoo adventure concludes with an upbeat message of “Hey, it’s OK” and present the perfect opportunity to openly discuss topics that don’t have easy answers.

Wince, The Monster of Worry has a problem, he constantly feeds his WorryBug. And the more he worries the more the WorryBug grows.His worries are with him wherever he goes. If you have ever worried about anything, then maybe you can help. His big floppy ears are waiting for someone to share their feelings. Are you up to the job? No experience needed just a willingness to encourage Wince with lots of hugs!

Find Wince and all of the other adorable WorryWoo Monsters at!

WorryWoos featured in the Miami Herald

worrywoosjpCongratulations to our Client WorryWoos for their feature in the Miami Herald.

From young ones facing their first big emotions to moms and dads who could use a refresher course in coping, the quirky and helpful WorryWoo Monsters  are here to teach one and all how to get in touch  with their feelings.

The WorryWoo Monsters are a fun group of whimsical characters that each embody an emotion. As kids read on about the Woo’s traits, fears, and self-discoveries they too are being led on a journey of self awareness and emotional wellness.

The WorryWoo Monsters have become a safe tool for adults to use to explain the “whys” and “hows” of everyday life. Check them out at!